A description of the Brownells Action Wrenches.
With the extractor star properly supported, slide the ejector rod tool down
over the ejector rod, as close to the cylinder as possible to prevent bending
Because of the locking system at each end of the ejector rod, malfunctioning
of the Ruger or Smith & Wesson revolvers is usually not encountered until
the crane is severely bent. Smoothness of operation can often be impaired
with only a very small or slight misalignment.
Changing barrels on handguns has become an accepted part of the custom
pistolsmith’s job, as well as a fairly common occurrence in a “repair” gun
shop. Without a proper action wrench, revolver frames can be sprung so
badly out of shape that they are unusable.
In 1973, Sturm Ruger & Co. introduced the New Model version of its
single-action revolvers and added a trigger-activated transfer bar, along
with a cylinder latch that is withdrawn when the loading gate is opened.
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